Lighthouse Guild celebrated its move to a new location and unveiled a new logo at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 28. The move reinforces Lighthouse Guild’s commitment to addressing and preventing vision loss through coordinated vision and health services. The new facility, at 250 W. 64th Street, on the Upper Westside of Manhattan, has been built around the unique needs of the patients, clients and students who rely on Lighthouse Guild services. 


The new logo, designed in purple and green, represents how Lighthouse Guild coordinates care through vision and health programs and services. The design captures how, for people affected by vision loss, Lighthouse Guild, “shows the way” to the programs and services that support a full and independent life. 


About Lighthouse Guild
Lighthouse Guild, based in New York, is the leading not-for-profit healthcare organization dedicated to addressing and preventing vision loss through coordinated vision and health services. With Lighthouse Guild, people who are at risk for, or affected by, vision loss have access to all the resources necessary to lead full, independent and productive lives. For more information, visit LighthouseGuild.org.



 









Dr. Alan R. Morse, President and CEO of Lighthouse Guild, and Gale A. Brewer, Borough President of Manhattan, at the ribbon-cutting ceremony. 
 






The new Lighthouse Guild logo.


Lighthouse Guild Moves to New Home and Unveils New Logo

Community leaders and government officials joined Lighthouse Guild

leadership, staff and patients at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.